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  • Mount Martha Public Golf Course Strategic Review

    Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has engaged @leisure Planners in partnership with Wellplayed to prepare a strategic plan for the Mount Martha Public Golf Course (MMPGC).  
    The project will review the operation of the golf course, including its use, management, performance and position concerning other golf courses and open spaces in the Shire. 

    The plan will prepare a “State of Play” report about its management and performance as a golf course and as a regional open space. “Issues and Options” discussion will follow, assessing the future development opportunities and desirable facilities, and a long term plan for the site - in line with the Council’s vision, plans and relevant legislation.
    We will work with the community and key stakeholders to develop the vision and plan.

    Have your say

    @leisure is seeking input from the community and stakeholders. We would like to know:

    • What do you value about the open space and the golf course at 275 Forest Drive, Mount Martha?
    • How could the golf course, the service its offers and the open space generally be improved?
    • What are the issues, challenges and opportunities that the strategic plan needs to address?
    • Thinking about future generations, what is your vision for this site?
  • Project update - October 2020

    Mornington Peninsula Shire Council is currently in caretaker period. Up until 24 October 2020 we are unable to provide information relating to the Mount Martha Public Golf Course strategic review project. This is to avoid infringing upon Council’s obligations under the Local Government Act 2020 and its Election Period Policy.

    Ways to get involved

    • Leave a brief comment here.
    • Online survey for golf course users, walkers and the community, closing November 11th, 2020. 
    • Send us your thoughts via email to media@atleisure.com.au or post to Rear 534 Mt. Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, 3032.
    • Comment on the plan when it is in draft.
    • To be kept updated, please subscribe via the 'leave your details' tab above.

    More information

    • Continue to visit this page.
    • See background information here (the brief and the history of the golf course).
    • Please contact the project managers if you'd like to find out more information or offer input via the contact links above.
       

    The project is expected to be completed by mid 2021.